Clinton and Donald Trump are at war in the US presidential race. But who is leading in the polls?
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump wait for voters’ verdict. Eosa's blog is covering the keen contest to keep you updated.
Read our live coverage below and remember to always refresh your browser for fresh updates. It is getting clearer that Americans voted massively for Trump because of a mass anger that the country country could be ruled for eight years by a black. These tweets confirm this position.
If Obama never became president, Trump wouldn’t have made it this far. This is just white America getting back at us. — Posh Spice (@AsToldByIjeoma)
November 9, 2016 For a lot of people in this country, President Trump is revenge for 8 years of Obama. — Meghan McCain (@MeghanMcCain)
November 9, 2016 Projections from election analyst have put Donald Trump on 259 electoral college votes and at this stage, all the numbers are leading towards a Trump victory n the US election as data below indicate. Based on his lead, it appears Donald Trump has already prepared his victory as a source from his camp has told CNN that his speech will be “gracious” — he will reach out to those who didn’t vote for him and say it’s time to come together”.
Lots of Trump supporters in flag gear outside White House pic.twitter.com/pjDNrohzyu — Mikaela Lefrak (@mikafrak)
Some analyst say a win for Donald Trump could shake America’s politics what has been described as America’s Brexit’. Acordint to the BBC, Trump has won the states of Florida, Ohio, Iowa and North Carolina, while Democrat Mrs Clinton took Virginia and Nevada, ABC projects. Pennsylvania is too close to call. New Hampshire, Michigan and Wisconsin – which were meant to be part of the Clinton firewall – are deadlocked, too. Markets lurched as Mrs Clinton’s path to victory began to narrow.